Wednesday, July 11, 2018

31.5% – 333.78 L.Hec Sown of 1058.10 L.Hec Kharif Area

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July09, 2018 (C) Ravinder Singh progressindia2015@gmail.com
As per weekly report for July06, 2018 normal seasonal kharif acreage is 1058.10 Lakh Hectares but only 333.78 Lakh Hectare has been sown by July06, 2018.
This is only 31.5% of Kharif acreage. [P-35] Summary of the report is clipped here.
In 2013 Kharif year on July05 acreage Sown was 401.69 lakh hectares but in Drought year 2013 Acreage was almost half 215.07 lakh hectare.
THIS INDICATES DEPENDENCE OF INDIAN AGRICULTURE ON RAINFALL.
Out of 887mm Monsoon Rains Normal rains for today is 242.5mm or 27.3% – rainfall is only 221.3mm or 9% deficient Monsoon may intensify but delay in Sowing will impact Crop Yields.
06-July-2018 17:25 IST
Kharif crop sowing crosses 333.76 lakh hectares
The total sown area as on 6th July, 2018, as per reports received from States, stands at 333.76 lakh hectares as compared to 388.89 lakh hectares at this time last year.
It is reported that rice has been sown/transplanted in 67.25 lakh ha, pulses in 33.60 lakh ha, coarse cereals in 57.35 lakh ha, oilseeds in 63.59 lakh ha, sugarcane in 50.44 lakh hectare and cotton in 54.60 lakh ha.
The details of the area covered so far and that covered during this time last year are given below:
Lakh hectares on 06-07-2018 – *Annual Kharif Area Added.
Crop
Annual Kharif
Area Average*
Area sown in
2018-19
Area sown in
2017-18
Rice
395.53
67.25
79.08
Pulses
111.93
33.60
41.67
Coarse Cereals
188.55
57.35
66.27
Oilseeds
184.19
63.59
73.45
Sugarcane
50.05
50.44
49.64
Jute & Mesta
8.11
6.93
6.96
Cotton
119.75
54.60
71.82
Total
1058.10
333.76
388.89
Ravinder Singh, Inventor & Consultant, INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND PROJECTS
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Ravinder Singh* is a WIPO awarded inventor specializing in Power, Transportation,
Smart Cities, Water, Energy Saving, Agriculture, Manufacturing, Technologies and Projects

The Ideal Model of Land Acquisition in India and China


CPR is pleased to invite you to a talk on
Compulsory Development: The Ideal Model of Land Acquisition in India and China
Huang Yinghong
Tuesday, 10 July 2018, 12:30 p.m.Conference Hall, Centre for Policy Research
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About the TopicLand acquisition in India and China since the late 1980s has been theorised into an ideal model, the compulsory development, which highlights the extremely active role of the state and its compulsory measures towards land acquisition in both countries for achieving the commitment of development. As a developmental state, either state in both cases acts as the land use planner, regulation maker in the land administration, as well as the major land developer and the monopolistic player in the land market, while at the same time it extracts high proportion of revenue from land development projects, which is realised through a compulsory land acquisition despite of the numerous flaws of the land acquisition institutions. The compulsory development as we term is a key feature in political economy of land acquisition in both countries. It provides an ideal model to penetrate through the dense fog of hybrid phenomena of land acquisition in these two largest developing societies, and to develop a systematic analysis towards land acquisition, or even development in both countries. As the beginning of this research, in this talk, we focus only on the theoretical model of this compulsory development, including its definition, characteristics, and the diverse variations.
About the Speaker
Dr Huang Yinghong is an Associate Professor of the School of International Relations at Sun Yat-sen University, China. He received his BA from Xiamen University and MA & PhD from Sun Yat-sen University. He was previously a senior visiting scholar at the Asia Research Institute of the National University of Singapore (2014), and a visiting scholar at Jadavpur University (2015), Delhi University (2008 & 2011), and the Institute of Chinese Studies, Delhi (2013). He also served as an emerging scholar at the India-China Institute of The New School (2014). His scholarly interests include Gandhian Satyagraha, comparative political studies of India and China, and the boundary dispute between India and China. His recent publications include a book entitled The Politics to Convert Opponent: A case study of Mahatma Gandhi’s Satyagraha Fastings (in Chinese), and several academic articles. He is currently focusing on a project on “land acquisition and development in India and China” in Harvard Yenching Institute.Please RSVP at president.cpr@cprindia.org.

Sony returns to Japan’s top slot

Sony was once synonymous with innovation, but it has not had a hit like the Walkman or PlayStation in years, a situation CEO Kenichiro Yoshida hopes to turn around by fostering new businesses in fields like artificial intelligence and self-driving cars gaming, music, film and financial segments.
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Sony is back to Japan’s top electronics maker by market value on Monday, taking the crown for the first time in 15 years and three months thanks to a seeming lack of exposure to the U.S.-China trade frictions.
The company expects to earn the bulk of its operating profit this fiscal year from gaming, music, film and financial segments. Sony is “unlikely to be affected by a trade war compared with other electronics makers,” said Ryosuke Katsura at SMBC Nikko Securities.
Sony shares climbed 4.44% to close at 5,692 yen Monday, for a market capitalization of 7.21 trillion yen ($65.2 billion). Sony edged past industrial device maker Keyence by 17.3 billion yen to take first place among electronics machinery companies listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange’s first section. Keyence inched up only 0.12% to finish at 59,230 yen.
Sony has made clear it will not pursue scale for its cameras, televisions and other consumer electronics. That separates the group from the export-heavy manufacturers expected to suffer from the escalating U.S.-China trade spat.
“I don’t perceive [Sony] as an electronics hardware company,” said Yasuo Imanaka of the Rakuten Securities Economic Research Institute.
Sony expects its gaming segment to account for 28% of operating profit for the year ending March 2019, with music and film seen contributing a combined 23%.
Meanwhile, concerns abound for Keyence.
“Automation investments for factories had been going very well until last year, but uncertainties about future prospects have emerged,” said an official at an asset management company.
The company’s low dividend has also turned off investors.
asia.nikkei.com

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